No, the cruise has to be in the cruise line's system in order to book. But, a cruise a year out typically is available.
Mary Lou Scanlon
NCL Pride of America April 24, 2010
NCL Epic February 12, 2011
RCCL Allure of the Seas - September 18, 2011
Celebrity Eclipse - February 11, 2012:
RCCL Navigator OTS - February 9, 2013
On some cruise lines, you don't have to book a specific cruise on board. Your reduced deposit is good for 3-4 years and you can choose your cruise later. You will get onboard credit depending on the length of the cruise.
When we booked our Baltic Cruise the Royal Caribbean Ambassador told us to book the farthest one out that is scheduled. Then you change the cruise later when the one you really want comes out. Then only thing to remember is you can only change the cruise once and the clock is ticking from the day you book it for cancellations and etc. We did not have any problems at all.
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